Humanist Academy

Humanism qualification

To develop a course with academic and vocational components that will lead to a practical qualification as a Humanist Practitioner:

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Humanism is becoming more popular and the Academy gets regular requests for its members to speak at educational gatherings and schools and to conduct ceremonies and take part in other educational and social events Developing the course would be a joint venture between the Academy and the Scottish Qualifications Authority: The final qualification will include two components; one academic that provides a foundation in Humanism, the other vocational focusing on training to undertake a range of community activities and to professionalise the way ceremonies are presently conducted The SQA accreditation fee: £5,000 HA professional writing fees: £3,000 Expenses and Equipment: £2,000